Mutta Shoes Comma Amazonia Crepe Shoe

Amidst the chaos that ensued this past weekend at Agenda Long Beach, one of the notable booths was

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Amidst the chaos that ensued this past weekend at Agenda Long Beach, one of the notable booths was taken up by Brazilian footwear label, Mutta Shoes. Founded in 2010, the two-year-old shoe brand shows a strength in both its aesthetic as well as construction quality — clout that is quickly giving many of its forerunners a run for their money. Hailing from Porto Alegre, Brazil, designer and founder Matheus Simões Pires Costa builds many of his footwear silhouettes atop durable and timeless crepe outsoles that play into the casual prints and all-over patterns that often adorn the uppers.

One of the noticeable silhouettes is the Comma Amazonia Crepe Shoe. It features an understated wingtip design that comes across subdued due to the all-over print floral motif that characterizes the majority of the shoe’s upper. Things are finished off with stitch-down construction, brown leather laces, tonal stitching throughout and matching brown leather patchwork across the tongue. Find out more information through the Mutta Shoes website and expect availability through our online store to arrive soon.

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